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  • 1. 100 NOTES trillion 200 billion U.S. dollars were in circulation as of July 2013. 2 hours and 38 minutes is how long the average U.S. smartphone or tablet owner uses that device every day, including more than 50 minutes for games. Data points, talking points and assorted loose change 4 billion YouTube videos are viewed every day. out of every 10 smartphone owners use social media apps. percent of people wash their hands properly after using a public restroom.
  • 2. 100 NOTES 6 times as many members of Generation Y (born 1977 to 1995), compared to members of any older generation, pierce body parts other than their earlobes. Lions and one Grand Prix were awarded to Ogilvy & Mather and IBM at the 2013 Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity for work from the offices of New York, Paris, São Paulo, Singapore and Sydney. thousand words are spoken every day by the average U.S. woman. 8 Data points, talking points and assorted loose change billion people will be living on Planet Earth by 2035. is the average number of iPhone owners’ past sexual partners by age 30.
  • 3. 100 NOTES 11 hours a day, on average, are spent communicating or consuming messages in person, on TV or by reading, including e-mail. 12 million online searches a month are conducted for “baby food” (far more than for the industry term “infant nutrition”). 14 million trees are logged each year to make paper bags for the U.S. a.m. is the hour when New Yorkers most often complain on Twitter about street noise. Data points, talking points and assorted loose change percent of Pinterest commentators say they plan to design their own fashions.
  • 4. 100 NOTES 16 percent of online sales on Black Friday last year took place over mobile devices. 17 IKEA stores in the U.S. are powered by solar panels. percent of women start their product searches on social networks. Data points, talking points and assorted loose change percent of Americans describe their religious affiliation as “none,” up from 6 percent in 1990. 20 years in a row, IBM has won the most patents from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
  • 5. 100 NOTES percent of women between 18 and 34 check Facebook in the middle of the night. 22 U.S. military veterans, on average, die by suicide every day. 23 Data points, talking points and assorted loose change dollars would be the average household’s annual savings from lowering the thermostat by two degrees Fahrenheit. thousand seven hundred fifty-five Iranian rials were worth one U.S. dollar as of April 2013. 25 percent of those surveyed say the internet causes relationship problems.
  • 6. 100 NOTES 26 is the age, under the Affordable Care Act, when an American citizen can no longer be guaranteed coverage by a parent’s health-insurance policy. Data points, talking points and assorted loose change percent of health-care spending is wasted on unnecessary services. 28 hours a week are spent in the workplace writing e-mails, searching for information and collaborating internally. 29 30 is the median age of a Google employee. million dollars’ worth of art was discovered in a home in Bellport, New York, in March.
  • 7. 100 NOTES 31 percent of Generation Y feels more confident using online personas than they do “IRL” (in real life). million tweets were sent on Election Day in 2012—the most ever sent in one day. 34 thousand entries were submitted to the 2013 Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, where the Ogilvy & Mather network won 151 Lions and four Grand Prix awards. percent of all online conversations about fashion occur on gaming websites. Data points, talking points and assorted loose change percent of designated drivers drink—about half of them reaching blood-alcohol levels of at least 0.5.
  • 8. 100 NOTES 39 37 40 38 36 million pounds of Britain’s annual tax revenue is reserved for supporting the royal family. percent more was spent on sponsorship advertising in 2012 than in 2011. percent of grocery shoppers with mobile phones “like” what they purchase on Facebook. Data points, talking points and assorted loose change percent of the 45 million American adults suffering from mental illness received care in 2011. million dollars was stolen from ATMs in more than two dozen countries during a 10-hour heist on February 19, 2013.
  • 9. 100 NOTES 41 million deaths worldwide from chronic illness are forecast for 2015, up from 35 million in 2005. percent of the U.S. population owned a smartphone by the end of last year. percent of those surveyed shop for financial products exclusively online. 43 percent of music fans say they notice when a brand or product sponsors a musical artist. Data points, talking points and assorted loose change percent of U.S. mothers text someone about a TV show while watching the show.
  • 10. 100 NOTES 46 percent of baby boomers have more than $50,000 in savings and investments. 47 billion RFID (radio-frequency identification) tags, which transmit data wirelessly, will be in use by 2015. percent of leisure travelers advise others on travel. Data points, talking points and assorted loose change percent of leisure travelers enjoy reading travel reviews. 50 seconds of video, at 12 T-shirts per second, comprise Coca-Cola’s Wearable Movie.
  • 11. 100 NOTES 51 percent of college students don’t expect to get job offers when they graduate. percent of investors say educational videos sent by their financial advisors are useful. Data points, talking points and assorted loose change thousand deceased Floridians were discovered on registered voter rolls in May 2012. 54 percent of shoppers abandon their online shopping carts if they’re shown a shipping estimate of five days or longer. 55 percent of marketers say they had no content strategy in 2012—but planned to create one in 2013.
  • 12. 100 NOTES 56 percent of U.S. adults have smartphones; among adults between 18 and 34, the rate reaches 80 percent. percent of college seniors move back home after graduation. million websites have been built on WordPress as of last year. million iPads were sold in 2012, up from 32 million in 2011. percent of those surveyed say they sometimes need to turn off their mobile phones for a break. 58 Data points, talking points and assorted loose change
  • 13. 100 NOTES 61 percent of girls say they’re satisfied with their self-confidence. 64 percent of U.S. men engage in “body grooming.” percent of all Facebook activity is driven by women. percent of girls say they don’t know how to start a conversation about vaginal health. Data points, talking points and assorted loose change percent of shoppers say free shipping leads them to recommend online retailers by word of mouth.
  • 14. 100 NOTES 66 percent of all search activity around video games takes place on YouTube. billion dollars worldwide will be spent on IT security this year. 68 Data points, talking points and assorted loose change percent of Americans consider climate change a serious problem. percent of the mobile searches in grocery stores are attempts to find deals. percent of millennials believe they can negotiate anything with authority figures.
  • 15. 100 NOTES 71 percent of consumers believe companies take advantage of them. million Valentine’s Day cards were purchased by parents last year. 73 percent of cell-phone users keep the geo-tracking function turned on. Data points, talking points and assorted loose change percent of girls consider themselves intelligent. 75 percent of shoppers think every retailer should offer tracking information.
  • 16. 100 NOTES 76 percent of Chinese teens have mobile phones, versus 82 percent of U.S. teens. percent of people worldwide keep a mobile device within three feet, 24 hours a day. 80 78 thousand dollars in winnings went to IBM Watson after its three-day Jeopardy! tournament. percent of people in the U.S. had access to the internet in 2012. Data points, talking points and assorted loose change percent more ad spending—$2.6 billion total—was devoted to mobile advertising last year than in 2011.
  • 17. 100 NOTES 81 84 82 percent of 18- to 25-year-olds say getting rich is one of their generation’s main life goals. percent of mothers’ discussions of a brand take place on Facebook, rather than on a “mommy blog” post. percent of CEOs own smartphones. Data points, talking points and assorted loose change percent of oncologists in a recent survey said drug shortages have prevented them from prescribing the right chemotherapy agent for a patient. miles per hour is the speed limit—America’s highest—on Texas Tollway 130 near Austin.
  • 18. 100 NOTES percent of conversations on social media are initiated by women. 87 89 percent of search activity for overseas travel is destination-based. million smart TVs are projected to sell this year, up from 67 million last year. Data points, talking points and assorted loose change percent of Americans have negative feelings about brands with poorly performing websites or mobile apps. percent of the existing data in the world was generated within the past two years.
  • 19. 100 NOTES 91 percent of U.S. households own toilet paper. percent of smartphones operate on iOS or Android. percent of fathers think it’s important that their children spend their money wisely. 93 95 Data points, talking points and assorted loose change percent of marketers working for brands and corporations believe content marketing will be more important this year than in 2012. percent of Facebook users who “like” Coca-Cola were likely to purchase a Coke in 2012.
  • 20. 100 NOTES 96 percent of all available big data is unused in big data analyses, due to firewalls. percent of purchasing decisions begin online. percent of mothers between 25 and 34 who have kids under 6 use Facebook. 98 100 Data points, talking points and assorted loose change percent of individual health-care plans fall short of standards required by the Affordable Care Act. dollars is the largest charitable donation made by the average member of Generation Y.